March 22, 2023
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Mpox concerns decrease, resources still available to community

By | Feb 8, 2023

Ithaca College added resources for students to mitigate the spread of the mpox virus in summer 2022, but as case numbers have fallen, some students’ concern for the virus has decreased. 

‘Fresh 15’ student campaign addresses weight-gain myth

By | Feb 8, 2023

Four Ithaca College students created a social media campaign called The Fresh 15 to bust the myth that students gain 15 pounds in their first year of college.

Q&A: Faculty member shares her first book-writing experience

By | Feb 7, 2023

The Ithacan spoke with Jennifer Spitzer, associate professor in the Department of Literatures in English, to discuss the process and experience of writing her book “Secret Sharers.”

Public Safety Logs Jan. 9–22

By The Ithacan | Feb 1, 2023

Public Safety Logs

College Briefs Feb. 2

By | Feb 1, 2023

New Students and Transition Programs hosts Winterfest 2023
Ithaca College’s Winterfest 2023 will take place from 5 to 8 p.m.

Nation & World News Feb. 2

By | Feb 1, 2023

Ex-Fox News employee sues over sexual abuse under survivors act
A former Fox News employee who said she was sexually abused by the network’s late chief executive Roger Ailes has fi led a lawsuit under New York State’s Adult Survivors Act.

Local officials begin election campaigns for Common Council

By | Feb 1, 2023

Robert Cantelmo, current 5th Ward Alderperson, announced his campaign for the 2023 Ithaca mayoral race. As of Feb. 1, no other candidates for mayor have come forward.

Cornell agrees to 5% increase in underwriter funding for TCAT

By | Feb 1, 2023

TCAT had requested an 8% increase from its three underwriters, including Cornell University, which agreed Jan. 20 to increase funding by 5%, rejecting the 8% increase.